Saturday, December 25, 2010

HTC Wildfire gets Android 2.2

HTC Wildfire
HTC yesterday announced the immediate availability of  Android 2.2 Froyo for its popular Wildfire series over the air. Users of the phone may get the notification soon and this update can be downloaded either through EDGE, Wi-Fi or 3G.

If after the update your serial number show up as 2.2xxxxx than you have updated your version successfully and are on Froyo now. To check the build number go to MENU> Settings> About Phone> Software Information> Build number. Main advantage of Android 2.2 over 2.1 is that you can install applications on your SD card and so never run out of memory even if memory is full on your phone. Other important changes and feature enhancements in the Froyo are as follows:
  • Supports USB tethering
  • Possibility of installing applications to SD card if this feature is supported by the application
  • Native support for Activesync Exchange like email, contacts and calendar sync and also security policies update
  • Enhanced Camera application and image detection
  • Enhanced Bluetooth support for device
  • Speed and stability improvements in new Android 2.2 Froyo
  • Multiple keyboard languages supported now
  • WiFi Hotspot tethering available now


HTC Wildfire said...

The Wildfire is a seriously smart looking phone and is shorter than most others in the market, apart from the stupidly designed Xperia X10, and presents a slab-like form that sinks into the hand perfectly. There are of course compromises with a phone of this size, but at 3.2” the screen is not one, at least not dimensionally. The materials used feel just right as well; they are not super expensive like the iPhone 4 and do not exhibit the cheapness of some other phones.

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